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Susan Marie Gibney (born September 11, 1961; age 62) played Anna in Season 2 of 24.

Biography and career[]

Susan Gibney was born in in Manhattan Beach, California. However, she moved to Webster, New York at a young age. She graduated from Buffalo State College with a major in theater and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale School of Drama. After graduating, Gibney appeared in several theater productions.

Through her career, Gibney has appeared in shows like The Equalizer (with Keith Szarabajka), Chicago Hope (with Peter MacNicol), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (with Alexander Siddig), The Client (with Harry Lennix), The Pretender (with Patrick Bauchau and Jon Gries), Nash Bridges (with Jaime Gomez), Providence (with Jeffrey Nordling), Becker (with Philip Anthony-Rodriguez), Touching Evil (with Zach Grenier), Criminal Minds (with Jeff Kober), Standoff (with Gina Torres and Michael Cudlitz), Knight Rider (with Chris Mulkey), and Lost (with Henry Ian Cusick and Daniel Dae Kim).

Gibney has also had recurring roles in shows like The Fearing Mind (with Harry Van Gorkum, Katee Sackhoff and Ron Yuan) and Crossing Jordan (with Ravi Kapoor). She has also appeared in films like The Great White Hype (with Albert Hall), Derailed (with Tomas Arana), and The Hammer.

Role on 24[]

Gibney played the role of Anna during Season 2 of 24. Anna was a driver that picked up Kim Bauer after she escaped from Lonnie McRae's cabin. Gibney appeared in one episode and was credited as a guest star.

24 credits[]

Selected filmography[]

  • We Are Still Here (2015)
  • The Hammer (2010)
  • Derailed (2002)
  • Besotted (2001)
  • Cabin by the Lake (2000)

Television appearances

  • The Mentalist (2012)
  • Lost (2008)
  • Standoff (2007)
  • Crossing Jordan (2002-2007)
  • The Jake Effect (2006)
  • Criminal Minds (2005)
  • Touching Evil (2004)
  • Judging Amy (2002)
  • CSI (2000-2001)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (1989 & 1991)

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